BlueGnome, Expanding Cyto Menu, Debuts High-Resolution, 850K SNP Chip on Illumina Platform | GenomeWeb

This story was originally posted on June 14.

Laboratories that would like to use a high-resolution SNP microarray for constitutional and cancer cytogenetics now have more choices.

BlueGnome, the Cambridge, UK-based biotech that Illumina acquired last year, recently added a high-density, Illumina-manufactured SNP chip to its menu of cyto arrays, according to Greg Heath, senior vice president and general manager of Illumina's Diagnostics business.

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